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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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prudent

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | of all human life, the ~prudent man is called wise, inasmuch 2 1, 22 | instance, a ~man is said to be prudent, who orders well his acts 3 2, 13 | cannot hear sounds, are prudent by instinct." ~We see this 4 2, 13 | certain ~animals are called prudent or sagacious; and not because 5 2, 39 | Ethic. vii, 11, ~"though the prudent man does not aim at pleasure, 6 2, 57 | seamanship, are said to be prudent officers or pilots, but 7 2, 57 | pilots, but not simply ~prudent: only those are simply prudent 8 2, 57 | prudent: only those are simply prudent who give good counsel about 9 2, 57 | follow the counsels ~of prudent men.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[57] 10 2, 58 | appointed by reason as a prudent man ~would appoint it." 11 2, 58 | cunning, may possibly be prudent, according to Mt. 10:16: " 12 2, 58 | 10:16: "Be ye ~therefore prudent [Douay: 'wise'] as serpents, 13 2, 59 | appointed by reason as a ~prudent man would appoint it."~Aquin.: 14 2, 61 | that is not brave, just and prudent; no sound fortitude, that ~ 15 2, 61 | fortitude, that ~is not prudent, temperate and just; no 16 2, 64 | appointed by reason, as a prudent man would appoint it." If 17 2, 65 | seemingly, one may be ~prudent about things to be done 18 2, 65 | one virtue, without being ~prudent in those that concern another 19 2, 66 | fortitude, but that one is more prudent than the other; it ~follows 20 2, 66 | fortitude of the latter is less prudent. Consequently ~they are 21 2, 66 | former's fortitude is ~more prudent. You will find that this 22 2, 95 | the judgment of expert and prudent men is ~based as on its 23 2, 96 | Because the decrees of prudent men are ~made for the purpose 24 2, 29 | requires ~the judgment of a prudent man.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[31] 25 2, 29 | such other conditions as a ~prudent man would take into consideration, 26 2, 31 | act of prudence, for a ~prudent man is one who is of good 27 2, 45 | Isidore says (Etym. x): "A prudent man is one who sees ~as 28 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The prudent man considers things afar 29 2, 45 | Ethic. vi, 5,7,9) ~that a prudent man "takes good counsel." 30 2, 45 | Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 5) "a prudent ~man is one who is capable 31 2, 45 | as victory, is said to be prudent, not absolutely, ~but in 32 2, 45 | as a whole, is said to be prudent absolutely. ~Wherefore it 33 2, 45 | it is necessary for the prudent man to know both the ~universal 34 2, 45 | Ethic. vi, 5) that "the prudent ~man takes good counsel." 35 2, 45 | written (1 Pt. 4:7): "Be prudent . . . and watch ~in prayers." 36 2, 45 | Further, he seems to be prudent, who seeks and does good 37 2, 45 | Therefore they are not prudent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 38 2, 45 | thou, is a ~faithful and prudent [Douay: 'wise'] servant 39 2, 45 | is good for him by being prudent about ~the good of the many. 40 2, 45 | a man to ~reason and be prudent in so far as he has a share 41 2, 45 | children of this world are more prudent [Douay: ~'wiser'] in their 42 2, 45 | counsel is the work of prudent man especially." Now many 43 2, 45 | impossible for a man be prudent unless he be good." Now 44 2, 45 | Therefore no sinner is prudent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 45 2, 45 | true prudence. For since a prudent ~man is one who disposes 46 2, 45 | this way may speak of "a prudent robber," by way of similarity, ~ 47 2, 45 | a ship, he ~is called a prudent businessman, or a prudent 48 2, 45 | prudent businessman, or a prudent sailor; secondly, because ~ 49 2, 45 | is not said that they are prudent absolutely, but ~that they 50 2, 45 | absolutely, but ~that they are prudent in "their generation."~Aquin.: 51 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a prudent man is one who takes good 52 2, 45 | people ~are not obviously prudent." Yet many young people 53 2, 45 | bribes which blind even the ~prudent [Douay: 'wise']."~Aquin.: 54 2, 47 | older than we ~are, and prudent, than to their demonstrations, 55 2, 47 | to Isidore (Etym. x), "a prudent man ~is one who sees from 56 2, 47 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, no prudent man strives for the impossible. 57 2, 49 | Philosopher (Ethic. ~vi, 5), the "prudent man is, seemingly, one who 58 2, 53 | of this ~world are more prudent [Douay: 'wiser'] in their 59 2, 53 | a man is said ~to be prudent in two ways. First, simply, 60 2, 53 | thus a man is said to be prudent in business or something ~ 61 2, 53 | The crafty [Douay: ~'prudent'] man doth all things with 62 2, 54 | Mt. 10:16): "Be ye . . . prudent ~[Douay: 'wise'] as serpents." 63 2, 60 | according to the judgment of a prudent person: but one is not ~ 64 2, 67 | appeal, ~because this is a prudent means of escape. Hence it 65 2, 68 | this ~must be left to the prudent discernment of the judge.~ 66 2, 90 | children of this world are more prudent [Douay: 'wiser'] in their ~ 67 2, 107 | this seems to be more prudent ~because exaggerations give 68 2, 115 | usefully is not less but more prudent ~than to keep it usefully: 69 2, 147 | husband of one wife, sober, prudent," ~etc. Therefore sobriety 70 2, 160 | things ~from the wise and the prudent," i.e. from the proud, who 71 2, 160 | proud, who are wise and ~prudent in their own eyes, "and 72 2, 163 | earth," or as "the most prudent of all beasts" ~according 73 2, 163 | serpent ~is described as most prudent or subtle, on account of 74 2, 163 | it: thus, we speak of a prudent or ~cunning tongue, because 75 2, 163 | it is the instrument of a prudent or cunning man ~in advising 76 2, 179 | wont to be considered most prudent ~and wise."~Aquin.: SMT 77 3, 16 | De Trin. i, 13): "The prudent, careful, and devout reader 78 3, 80 | on that account it is a prudent custom in some ~churches 79 Suppl, 21| ii), and again since a prudent physician begins with ~lighter


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